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Jul 28 1975 (HC)

Punamchand R. Shah (Decd.) (by Legal Representatives) Vs. Income-tax O ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [1975]101ITR373(Mad)

..... such books of account and documents as may be found in the course of the search and considered relevant to or useful for the proceedings under the income-tax act, to seize any such books of account, documents, money, bullion or jewellery or other valuable article or thing and to make a ..... .18. it is true that there was a letter of 7th july, 1971, asking for an explanation with reference to the proposed proceedings under section 132(5) of the act. section 132(5) would come in for application only where any money, bullion or other articles are seized. where there is no ..... and placed under prohibitory order under rule 112(3) of the income-tax rules, pending valuation. it was stated therein that the search proceedings under section 132 of the act had not come to an end. a copy of the panchanama was handed over to the petitioner.2. on the same day, ..... december, 1972, would manifestly be time-barred and, therefore, lack jurisdiction.15. mr. swaminathan, the learned counsel for the petitioner, vehemently contended that the proceedings for the seizure were completed on 23rd june, 1971, that nothing was done thereafter and that on 7th july, 1971, the respondents had themselves issued a ..... upon the premises on which the goods are situate, together with an intimation of an intention to seize the goods, will amount to a valid seizure............but some act must be done sufficient to intimate to the judgment-debtor or his servants that a seizure has been made............'17. though the almirah and .....

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Dec 08 2000 (HC)

Sri Seetha Venkatesh Mills Employees Union Vs. Government of Tamil Nad ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2001)IILLJ185Mad

..... the act prohibiting the management from altering the conditions of service after following the procedure prescribed therein. the division bench further held that ..... , that as various notices issued by the second respondent only talks of enquiry, it cannot be taken that conciliation proceedings have commenced, that no strike notice as prescribed under the provisions of the act having been issued, section 20 of the act will not get attracted that even if there is any violation as alleged, the remedy of the petitioner would be ..... theabsence of any express permission in writing of the authority, namely, the second respondent herein, before whom the conciliation proceedings are factually pending. in this context section 33-a of the act is alsorequired to be noted inasmuch as the said section provides for certain remedies in such asituation. under section 33-a, when an employer contravenes the provision containedin section ..... was pleased to hold that a combined reading of sections 33 and 9-a of the act provide for the procedure for alteration of conditions of the service with respect to matters specified in the fourth schedule, when there is no industrial dispute or conciliation proceedings are pending. the division bench went on to hold that there is no provision in .....

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Aug 13 1996 (HC)

Pandian Roadways Corporation Ltd. Vs. the Principal District Judge and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1996)IILLJ1229Mad

..... . they presented applications to the traffic supervisor for casual leave. as per the standing orders, the employees are required to ascertain whether the leave has been granted or not before proceeding on leave. the traffic supervisor informed that the leave could not be granted to second respondents. inspite of this, the second respondent absented from duty. hence, the salary was ..... avoiding the consequence, when these two elements are absent, natural justice does not require that notice should be given even in such cases.18. the provisions of payment of wages act, 1936 has been cleverly and clearly worded. the definition of wages itself is as follows:'section 2(vi) 'wages' means all remuneration (whether by way of salary, allowances or ..... to imposing civil liability on the part of the worker, tience, there is violation of principles of natural ustice. learned counsel further contended that as per provisions of the wages act, the payment of wages is for a fixed period. therefore, it is sayable on completion of the period. hence, when the period is completed, the amount fixed becomes payable. ..... petitions.2. the case of the petitioner is as per the standing order of the corporation which has been certified by the appropriate authority under the industrial establishment (standing orders) act, 1946, wherein the regularisation for grant of casual leave is provided. standing order no .7 provides that ordinarily previous permission of the head of the department in the establishment shall .....

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Apr 09 2009 (HC)

Shri A.L. Jalaludeen @ Chellavappa Vs. the Deputy Director

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2009)5MLJ1303

..... a criminal case. the learned counsel also relied on : [1963]2scr297 (shanti prasad v. director of enforcement), wherein the supreme court held that proceedings under act are quasi-criminal in nature and the prosecutor has to establish beyond all reasonable doubt that there has been a violation of the law.15. ..... initial burden of prove that the confession was voluntary in nature would be on the department. the special or peculiar knowledge of the person proceeded against would not relieve the prosecution or the department altogether of the burden of producing some evidence in respect of that fact in issue. ..... revealed that there was no denial of reasonable opportunity for the appellant to produce evidence in support of his plea. therefore, the order of confiscation proceedings were confirmed and the penalty was reduced to rs. 30,000/- each for violation of section 9(1)(b) and (d) total penalty of ..... , who allegedly had given the statements to the authorities.6. the appellant was remanded to judicial custody on 11.9.90. during the adjudication proceedings, smt.mariam beevi and ramraj were not produced for cross examination. the appellant contended that this was a gross violation of principles of natural justice ..... the supreme court held in that case as follows.19. the act is a special act, which confers various powers upon the authorities prescribed therein. even the salutory principles of mens rea and actus reu in a proceeding under the act may not be held to be applicable. it is now a .....

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Sep 24 1998 (HC)

A.K. Ansari and anr. Vs. Bharat Overseas Bank Ltd. and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2001)IIILLJ1367Mad

..... 1996 and w.p.no. 9235 of 1996, passed by the hon'ble single judge are set aside. iii) the impugned proceedings of the respondent-bank are quashed. iv) the respondent is directed to treat that the appellants have validly exercised their option in terms of bharat overseas bank ltd. employees' (pension) regulations, 1995, and they are entitled to payment ..... the bottom of the option letter cannot be equated to a statutory provision nor it is akin to section 3 of the transfer of property act, 1882, which statutory provision provides the essential conditions of valid execution and attestation of documents or instruments with respect to transfer of property. admittedly the appellant had affixed his signature to the option format ..... v. employees' state insurance corporation : (1993)iillj795sc , while interpreting the statutory enactment, which is a social welfare legislation, it has been emphasised that the benefits conferred by the act under a welfare legislation requires to be given a liberal construction so as to promote its objects. though the regulation is not statutory, the same principle could very well be ..... of the appropriate government having protection under articles 14 and 19(2), it is an instrumentality or agency of the state. (4) the state is a service corporation. it acts through its instrumentalities, agencies or persons natural or juridical. (5) the governing power, wherever located, must be subject to the fundamental constitutional limitations and abide by the principles laid .....

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Mar 21 2011 (HC)

S.Vetrivel and ors. Vs. Tamil Nadu Advocates Association and ors.

Court : Chennai

..... have a common cause, which they need not seek to ventilate individually.30. section 20 of the tamil nadu societies registration act, 1975, does not prohibit a society from instituting any civil proceeding for the redressal of the grievances of its members. sub section (1) of section 20 stipulates that the committee or any ..... section (2) of section 15, the rules may also provide for the manner in which and the authority by which doubts and disputes as to the validity of an election to the bar council or to the office of chairman/vice chairman shall be finally decided.54. by virtue of sub section (3) of ..... for ensuring a free and fair poll(iv) that despite a complaint having already been lodged against them, (forwarded to them by the commissioner), they proceeded to tamper with the entire election process and(v) that they made a mockery of the whole democratic process, not out of ignorance but out of ..... reliefs in o.a.no.18 of 2011 and a.no.78 of 2011 respectively for (i) an interim injunction restraining the first respondent/defendant from proceeding with the electoral process and (ii) the appointment of a retired judge of this court to conduct the election of members to the bar council ..... announcement of the successful candidates, within a time limit fixed by this hon'ble court;(iv) for an order of permanent injunction restraining the defendant from proceeding with the electoral process in pursuance of its press release dated 30.12.2010 (r.o.c.no.1733 of 2010)."10. pending disposal of the .....

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Feb 26 2016 (HC)

K.M. Balasubramaniyam and Another Vs. Director of Town and Country Pla ...

Court : Chennai

..... had obtained 'noc' from the district officer, fire and rescue department, government of tamilnadu for the 'lakshmi mahal' dated 11.06.2014 in proceedings no.o.mu. no. 5077/a2/2014 valid for three years period. in respect of 'p.b. mahal', the 'noc' was issued on 11.06.2014 in ..... 2007 had stated that the marriage halls were not constructed in terms of the town and country planning act 1971 and that the 3rd respondent/municipality was directed to proceed in terms of the town and country planning act, by means of an order dated 29.02.2008. further, the division bench of this court in ..... he submitted an appeal building plan for approval on 22.08.2015 and as per section 56(4)(a) of the tamil nadu town and country planning act, 1971, the notice dated 24.07.2015 shall not have any effect pending final determination. in effect, the stand of the petitioners is that further ..... were made to the effect that the petitioners' building plan for approval before the appellate authority under section 49 of the tamil nadu town and country planning act, 1971 is pending. added further, it is the plea of the petitioners that the impugned order dated 27.10.2015 of the 3rd respondent is issued ..... from the 3rd respondent / municipality. as such, the very initiation of action against the petitioners under section 57 of the tamil nadu town and country planning act, 1971 is against law and facts and circumstances of the case. 10. the learned counsel for the petitioners proceeds to take a stand that in the impugned .....

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Sep 26 1986 (HC)

V. Chidambaram Vs. D. Venkatesan, Asst. Director of Inspection (intell ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1987)66CTR(Mad)252; [1987]167ITR443(Mad)

..... lakhs have been removed after the rooms were opened by respondents nos. 1 and 2. in the absence of any fresh proceeding under section 132, the first respondent had acted without authority, and having been already directed by this court to seek directions from the sub-court for anything further to ..... imported into sub-section (3). 30. in pooran mal v. director of inspection (investigation) income-tax : [1974]93itr505(sc) , while upholding the validity of section 132(1) and (5), it was held that even though a search and seizure may be in contravention of it, still the materials obtained ..... department which wanted to show that no valuable which had been inventorised earlier, is now missing. even in taking inventory, there had been protracted proceedings, and ultimately, the commissioner had submitted his report. in short, he had stated in court that whatever inventory lists had been handed over by ..... unwarranted. the stage for handing over the keys had not reached, as the search itself is not complete, because of the spate of court proceedings instituted by the petitioner and others. permission from the commissioner had been already obtained under section 132(8) for retention of the seized books. ..... there cannot be a presumption drawn at this stage that the family was a hindu undivided family. then, on the submissions made by the respective counsel, this court felt that further action under the provisions of the act was require to be taken, and therefore, the petitioner and respondents nos. .....

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Nov 17 1959 (HC)

T.A. Mahomed Usman Vs. State of Madras Represented by Secy. to Govt. o ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1961Mad129; (1960)IIMLJ290

..... since they involved the decision of a common question of law as to the validity of certain rules framed under the indian citizenship act, 1955 (central act 57 of 1955) and in particular of para 3 of schedule iii thereof. the orders whose validity and legality are challenged in these tour proceedings are in common form and have been passed on the directions of the ..... a declaration made to that effect by the individual has been accepted by the pakistan authorities, we do not see any impropriety in the government of india proceeding on the basis that the pakistan authorities acted properly in accordance with the requirements of their law.there certainly cannot be an enquiry contemplated in this country, after notice to the pakistan authorities, for ..... take necessary action against the petitioner for his deportation out of the country. a prosecution has been launched against the petitioner for violation of the foreigners' act (c. c. no. 148 of 1958), and this proceeding is now pending. in these circumstances the prayer in the petition is for the issue of a writ of mandamus directing the state of madras to ..... 1958 and also of the individuals involved in the other proceedings, the passport was applied for and obtained from the government of pakistan, after the enactment of the pakistan citizenship act 1951, that is during the period from 26-1-1950 to 30-12-1955, so that if their contentions regarding the validity of the orders passed against them are rejected their status .....

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Feb 12 1952 (HC)

M.K. Ranganathan and ors. Vs. the Madras Electric Tramways (1904) Ltd. ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1952Mad659; (1952)ILLJ772Mad; (1952)2MLJ805

..... it may refer it to an industrial tribunal for adjudication. the legislation substitutes for free bargaining between the parties a binding award by an impartial tribunal.'later on they proceed to say: 'any dispute connected with employment or non-employment would ordinarily cover all matters that require settlement between workmen and employers, whether those matters concern the ..... , therefore, clear that the industrial disputes act substitutes for free bargaining between the parties a binding award by an impartial tribunal. the tribunal is not bound bycontractual terms between the parties butcould make a suitable ..... s power of reinstatement is discretionary in nature, to be exercised in thelight of all the circumstances of each case inthe manner best calculated to effectuate thepolicies of the act. in the exercise of thatdiscretionary power, the board considers theprobable effect of the restoration of the working relationship upon future relations betweenthe employer and the employees.'it is ..... . the arrested persons were produced before the presidency magistrate. the magistrate found all the 51 persons guilty under sections 71(16) and 75 of the city police act and sentenced them to one month's rigorous imprisonment under each count with the direction that the sentences should run concurrently. the magistrate held that they behaved in .....

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